Srinagar: University of Kashmir (KU) has announced the University of Kashmir M.Phil & Ph.D Admissions 2018.
The Advertisement Notification for these research programmes was issued by the Office of the Dean Research, University of Kashmir.
Applications, to be submitted online by or before 25-06-2018, are therefore invited from the eligible candidates for admission to M.Phil, Ph.D & 3-Year Integrated Ph.D programmes in the following disciplines / subjects in the University:
Botany, Bio-Resources, Zoology, Bio-Chemistry, Bio-Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Statistics, Computer Sciences, Home Science, Food Science & Technology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Electronics & IT, Geology, Geo-Informatics, Geography, Disaster Management, Environmental Sciences, Kashmiri, Urdu, Linguistics, Hindi, Arabic, Persian, English, Sociology, Social Work, History, Political Science, Library & Information Science, Mass Communication & Journalism, Islamic Studies, Economics, Commerce, Management Studies and Education.
Applications shall be submitted online by accessing the official website of the University of Kashmir at http://kashmiruniversity.net/admission.aspx under the admission tab of the website upto 25th June, 2018.
The fee of Rs. 500 per candidate can be deposited up to 30-06-2018. The auto generated bank pay-in-slip shall be used by the applicant to deposit the required fee in the SB Account No. 0007040500000333 of Dean Research, University of Kashmir at any branch of J&K Bank. Entrance test fee paid shall be non-refundable.
Candidates having qualified UGC NET (including JRF) / CSIR NET (including JRF) / SLET / SET / GATE / Teacher Fellowship or any other equivalent test declared so by the UGC or have passed M.Phil with at least 55% marks or its equivalent grade “B” in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) exempted from Entrance Test, are not required to deposit Entrance Fee.
The detailed Advertisement Notification is available below for download by the concerned candidates.